Introducing the Liquid connector – transform JSON to JSON, JSON to Text, XML to JSON and XML to Text

We have recently added the Liquid connector to Logic Apps which provides four transform actions. These actions use maps, which are written using Liquid Template Language, to transform the data. Following are the four transforms available: To use the liquid connector, the logic app must be associated with an Integration Account and the transform maps must be…


Browsing API Connections in the Azure Portal

UPDATE: There is a new “API CONNECTIONS” resource in the Azure Portal you can now browse to view, edit, authorize, and create new API Connections.   I had written a blog post on Using PowerShell to Manage API Connections to help with interrogating and cleaning up connections. Even though there isn’t a full portal experience for…


Using PowerShell to manage API Connections

Logic Apps now has Managed APIs that are hosted by the service.  To use one of them in a logic app all you need to do is create a connection that saves the authentication, consent and configuration to an API.  For example, a connection can remember your authentication and consent into dropbox and twitter as well…